Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
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PAQ1TWO KOSSt'TH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONAjJOWA. MRS, STILSON, 78, PIONEER AT CORWITH, DIES Corwith, Oct. 25—-Mrs. delta Stilson, 78, pioneer resident of Corwith, died at her home here last week Monday, following a stroke suffered lost April 2. Since then she had been helpless and bedfast. Mrs. Stilson wns Celia Munson, and she was born at Malmo, Sweden, July 1, I860. When she was 8 her mother brought her to Forest City, and in 1887 Miss Munson came to Corwith, where she was married and had over since lived. One daughter, Mrs. J. L. Oxley, Corwith, and one granddaughter, Elizabeth Oxley, survive. AS a girl Mrs. Stilson joined the Baptist church at Forest City. There boins HO Baptist church here when she came to Corwith, she joined the Methodist church, in which she retained membership till death. Funeral services were held last week Wednesday at the church, the Rev. Karl W. G. Hiller, pastor, In charge, assisted by the Rev. Albert Uu»t, of the Baptist church. Music was furnished by Mrs. J. W. Miller, Mrs. P. E. Walley, Mrs. William Woods, and Mrs. W. H. Perkins, with Mrs. .1. Francis Keu as accompanist. The songs were In The Sweet Bye and Bye and Saved by Grace. Mrs. J. A. Zwie- fcl sang Shadows. Pallbearers were E. G. Gaskill, Fred Bush, Arthur Schuffleman, Robert Hartwig, Frank Clapsaddle, and Elmer Apple/rate. Burial was made in the Corwith cemetery beside the grave of the husband, who died in 1928. ftahool Ball Season .Knds— The high school ended its baseball season last week, when Crystal Lake defeated the locals, 6-3. Each team collected seven hits, with Woodbury, Severns and Hal- lignn leading the attack for Cor- j with. Woodbury pitched the last I five innings, allowing but one hit. Monson pitched the entire game for Crystal Lake. Seven games were played during the season resulting in four victories, two defeats, and one tie. Corwith garnered a lota! of 35 runs and 53 hits, compared with 20 runs and 53 hits for the combined opposition. Woodbury carried the burden of the pitching, allowing 31 nits but striking out 57 in 41 Innings. Results of the games follow: Corwith, 3; Renwick, 0. Corwith, 9; Vernon, 5. Corwith, 1; Wesley, 5. Corwith, '7; Lu Verne C Corwith, G; Woden, 1. Corwith, 0; Kanawha, G Corwith, 3; Crystal Lake, G Basketeers at Armstrong Start Season's Practice Armstrong, Oct. 26—The girls' and boys' basketball teams have begun practice. The girls' conch Is Donna McCreary, Havelock, and the boys' coach is G. H. Adams. The girls' team has three regular officially on Thanksgiving ' night, When they play the Ledyard teams here. Depart for Coast- Mrs. William Baird and her small daughter Shirley Mae accompanied Mrs. Baird's parents, first-team players left from last Mr . and Mrs . Martin Peterson, to Burt son, parents of'Mre, Mctoonald. A brother of Mrs. McDonald and his wife, from California, arrived Sat- tii'day, but left Monday for Will- The Methodist women recently gave a farewell reception for Mrs. Lillian Sigler-iBlumer. Lillian, who had been pianist for .dhurch services, was recently married to Edw. Blumer, Lu Ver.no, and the couple are living at Algona. A gift was presented to Mrs. Blumer. Lulu Hawcott, worthy matron of Kossuth chapter No. 201, 0. E. S., is attending sessions of the grand year, all three year "lettermen": Boone ]ftst week We dnesday, and! chapter nt Cedar Rapids this week -_ trill <•** * 4 --. JL*t»»Jl Donna Miller, Shirley Peterson, Mm . al ,, d her daughter left Mane Irmiter. Other membars are by bus to return to tneh . , lome nt Joyce Hanson, Corrine Miller and; Snn D ieg O) Calif., after the autn- Frances Hprswell, Marjario Cab-j me] . nt the ]mrenta i Peterson's. oth, Marjorie Benton, Marcella As- | Iceland, Margaret Wolders, Marilyn School Coach is Dud—Knipe, Conn, Kathryn Tokheim, Ruby I V l.1m*/i ' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Adams are Marls Burgess, Arlenej parents of a girl, born last week Payne, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Mar-; Wednesday. Mr. Adams is the lo- tha Larson, and Doris Thorson. j cal athletic coach. There nre 38 girls reporting for! — practice. ! Ot.lier Armstrong 1 News. The boys have only one first-' The Tom Madisons, Elmore, the team player left from last year, Frank LeMaires, Lu Verne, Minn., Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The Methodist Fidelis .S, S. class will hold a monthly meeting at Mrs. C. B. Chlpmaii's this week Wednesday, Mrs. Wilfred Chafee assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Irmschcr, ot Colesburg, spent Monday at the Uev. Geo. H. Wessel's. Mrs. Innscher is a sister of Mr. Wessel. The Edw, Schleis, of Fenton, called on the Wessels Sunday. Mr. Wessel is recovering from Shock David Holland. Other boys report- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Halvorson,! and bruises suffered In"an'automo- ing for practice are Wayne Dale,'and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold LeMaire, i bile accident at Wesley when the Lloyd Houseman, Robert Lux,jail of Blue Earth, were Sunday 1 Wessels were coming home from Raymond Wordick, Harold John-, dinner guests at Carl Halvorson's. ivpnnnt vit.n.0 son, Frances Fitzgibbous, Windell ] Mr. and Mi's. Alva Burt, daugh- EHckson, Forbes Irwin, Robert .ter Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sorenson, Billy Paris and Marvin Irmiter, with the Irmiter daughter Trees. There are about 12 boys Marie and her brother Willard, prcaticing. Both teams will open the season Johnson's. I called Sunday afternoon at Oscar southeast of Corwith, died last [their class play, Hobgoblin House, week Monday at St. Joseph's bos- \*'<- the Merchants Theater this week pital, Mason City, where she had ' Thursday, Friday evenings. The niven birth to a daughter the week! 1'lav Is a mystery in three acts di- before. | reeled by Esther Smith, assisted Mrs. Gray was Evelyn Dorothy i by M 'ss Gertrude Hurley. The cast Sheets, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i includes Maynard Woodbury, June John Sheets, and she was born I Wolf, Alice Hauswirth, Evelyn recent visits. The Methodist Aid will meet at the church next week Wednesday with Mrs. G. C. Allen, Mrs. Carl Bahling, and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson as hostesses. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald, daughters Dorothy and Mary Jean, and Marian Hoppe drove to Ames a mar. THREE BIG DAYS AT LONG'S THURS - FRIDAY • SATUR. VAN CAMP'S PORK Kg AND BliANS, per can _ wl Iowa corn, nice and sweet, No. 2 can, per can 8 Peas, Fairmont pack, No. 2 size, per can Peas-Carrots mixed, No. 2_ size, per can Mixed Vegetables, No. 2 of size, per can Lima Beans, No. 2 size, per can 8fi Sauer Kraut, No. 2 size, per 8* .84 can Spinach, No. 2 size May 12, 1001, at Britt, and was Weber, Murray Allen, Byron Sev- married in 1921 to George Gray, 'eras, Viola Thompson, Donald Corwith. Thirteen children were Brown, Harriet Oxley, Dale ScheC- born, two of Whom are dead. ; leman, Dale Clapsaddle, and The Mr. Gray survives, and the living Headless Phantom, ? ? ? ? There children are Donna Mary, Ardlp, will be musical numbers between Shirley, Paul, Jack, Donald, Joeann, Jerry, Rita, Jane and Ratno- ( , ju . (1 Mrs. Gray's father and four bro- The Royal Neighbors met at Mrs. there-Everette Elmer, Emmet, and Dlck Stuer s last eek - , , . T , Ernest— all of Britt, also survive, evening, Mrs. Jean Foley assisting, Funeral services were held at und p la " s , wcre laid for .. a( c . ard l mi " St. Patrick's Catholic church, Britt ty at ™ llich fa % uilt Wl11 bt f S last week Thursday, the Rev. Fath- ?? vay - Re l'° rt s of a meeting or Quinn in charge, and burial £J emme J ere ^ Iven by Mrs. P. E. was made in the church cemeter southeast of Britt. at Mr 5: Stu ^ r ' , Mr *' . ?• E ' ; Gallowey Mrs. Charels Enckson, The McDonalds visited the E. C. Nelsens there. i The D. L. McDonalds attended of Mrs. David Kulp, DON'T FORGET. VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS PER CAN 5c Buy at Long's and Bring Home the Bacon We handle the finest Bacon '' and Hams that expert pack. «,«.»*.,. ii*v/i_*v/»it».iu f tinu 'imr * husband was once a Titonka den- in § house m en can produce. tist, after having practiced many I Be sure and Take Home the years at West Bend. Doctor Kulp, who was once Palo Alto county representative, survives. Mrs. Willard Stow was brought home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, where she recently had Bacon. an operation for appendicitis. Clifford Holding went to Sauk i POUND BOX OF MIDGET CREAM CENTER CHOCOLATE DROPS 25c Center, Minn., Sunday, trucking a tractor and plow for Edwin Al- __ len, who has rented a farm there. I \ - ~~ 'Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald ' Any grade boy or girl who went to WiLlmar, Minn., a SS Troo is " land Mrs. Lester Bounsitetter. They ,,„,„ meeting Mrs. Sexton, state I j> Cedar Rapids, who _ , , , S ele ? rate * irthday. The . J - S . , . , , , , week Tuesday evening at the Le-' » lan s to speak here sometime next gion hall, with seven officers, 20 month. It was decided to have a Christmas; tree at a bazaar, on December 10. ! Son for Gourleys— Mr. and Mrs. William Gourley are ents o£ a bo b g t Plana were made for a Halloween day at their home . Tne party for Legionnaires and the have oue othel . son Mrs Q^ r . wives on October 30 at the hall. ley > B mother Mrs- Henry Kelvig> Mrs. Russell Higgle gave a report Kanawha. is caring for mother and of a Legion convention she attended at Los Angeles. Lunch Mother j)i os {„ Childbirth- Mrs. George Gray, \ v ho was i served by the Junior members and their leader, Mrs. Perry DeGroote. Surprise for Mrs. Enficld— Mrs. Harvey Enfield was taken last lived j i was taken by surprise last week Juniors lo Maffe I'lay— i Thursday evening, when her par- The H. S. Juniors will present' ents, brothers,, and sisters came to oaiDiao oaoa ao no Special Lot Close Out Suits MEN'S SUITS A real buy at Michaels Stern & Curlees The very best and only Group No. 3 OVERCOATS Group No. Topcoats and California Weights Famous CURLEE FLEECES 100% guaranteed OVERCOATS CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT 2-BUCKLE WORK RUUBERS $1.23 LOT NO. 2 TOPCOATS $8.00 CLOSE-OUT LOT OF TOPCOATS Sizes 36 to 39, only $4.77 WORK SOX 8c PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS Boys' UNDERWEAR Men's DRESS HATS $1.97 HUSKING SLEEVES 23C Men's All-Wool ZIPPER JACKETS Men's WINTER CAPS Pur ear tabs Mis bach Clothing Co, ALGONA ',>.- served lunch, including - :ul decorated birthday cake, were Mr. aiK 1 Mrs. J. H. Tierney, parents, John Tierney, the Irvin Tiei-neys, and the Owen Oslands all of Humboldt. few i takes this adv. to the Long Food Shop will in turn receive one of the famous Jolly Jack one-cent Candy Bars. WE WANT YOUR EGGS Phones 214-215 Many Quick Deliveries LONG'S FOOD SHOP FREE MERCHANDISE FREE ANNUAL 88e SALE FOR ALGONA'S ECONOMY Thursday Friday Saturday Oct. 27-28-29 Here's welcome news for Thrifty Kossntli Right at the start of a new season, wo aiiiiou ly ' ing sale of fresh,-new merchandise. c<mip • CCai °* : your, favorites while the- stock is at high tido' for everybody, but how long they']] ] ttR |, WP L Make a date now for this "Big Annual Sulc'' NO PRICES CHANGED BUT EVERY $1. WORTH OF MERCHANDISE COSTS'ONLY 88c Just Shop as You Usually Do, Then When You Have selected all You Need, the 88c Rate on Each $1 Will be yours at the Cash Register SELECT YOUR NEEDS FROM THE LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN ALGONA CUMMING'S 5c to $1.OO Store I C, "'^;--»vr I \i \o e^'± ^ If* 7 &r\ UW^ AT Here's Big News/ CHEVROLET PRICES GREATLY REDUCED Come in Today See this marvelous new Chevrolet for 1939 . . The highest quality, motor car ever offered in the entire history of low-tost motoring . . with all these sensational new features making it the outstanding car for all-round satisfaction as well as the biggest buy in motordom. SEC IT-D«/Vf IT-TQDAY! BUY A CWVROUT AMD BE SATISFIED "CHEVROLU'S Again More QirnKty JF^m • A '- '"• -.-— ^ , • ,^_ . i ^r * ssa&ST 00 "**- SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DtAlER MOTOR ' u\

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